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, we appreciate all of you. >>> up next, science fiction means science fact. a reminder listen to my radio programs weekdays more, potus channel 124. this is "hardball," the place for politics. what's this? mmmm, nice car. there's no doubt, that's definitely gonna throw him off. she's seen it too. oh this could be trouble. [ sentra lock noise ] oh man. gotta think fast, herbie. back pedal, back pedal. [ crowd cheering ] oh, he's down in flames and now the ice-cold shoulder. one last play... no, game over! gps take him to the dog house. [ male announcer ] make a powerful first impression. the all-new nissan sentra. ♪ the all-new nissan sentra. you know it even after all these years. but your erectile dysfunction - you know,that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medic
down all day with all of this terrible science and glad-handing. and to be frank, i get to move to new york next month so i don't have to live in fear of your texas legislators anymore, and what you're going to do about this. i will thank you, though, first. it was destiny that you would discriminate against us and try to force yourself inside the bodies of women, thank you for working against us women so publicly and not in the shadows like you are used to. thank you for your press conference and bad information. thank you for your hateful statements, reducing women to brood mares, you have radicalized hundreds of thousands of us. no matter what you do, women and their allies are coming for you. let's start down the line, senator campbell, you're an eye doctor, i won't make you the expert on productive health. we can give you all the children with problems, since we don't have sex ed. you are about as -- excuse me, this is my government, ma'am. i will judge you. i will judge you, ma'am. is this counting against my time? >> yes, it is. >> the senator talking against me. >> yes, it is.
the professor of science at columbia university. dorian, this was the issue you studied. this walmart fight in chicago, it is ear eerie, i was in chicago reporting on it at the time. it is eerie how similar this fight is to that one. >> yes, chris, it is eerie, and i wish i could have bet on this in vegas somewhere. this is walmart's playbook. this is out of walmart's playbook for how they treat black communities and their elected officials. we saw this in 2006 as you mentioned, where they made explicit threats about a $10 an hour living wage. that was his first and only veto in 22 years in office. >> the council basically all they did was daly's bidding, they were this ridiculous rubber stamp body. they were vetoed. >> and he was able to twist some arms so they couldn't override the veto. what was walmart worried about in that case, the precedent that bill would set, that other municipalities, where it has to seek expansion, it has to open stores in urban america, urban america that it's avoided for 30 years. this is also, just to give you more context. we 15u the same thing in 2003 in eng
in fresh cash into hulu instead, and for now it will remain an independent company. edward life science is remaining independe independent. soda stream is fizzling, oppenheimer downgrading the stock to perform from outperform saying it expects choppy second-quarter results. "street signs" will have more on soda stream in the next hour. >>> and u.s. airways shareholders approving the carrier's plan to merge with american airlines clearing another hurdle. the merger was announced in february and is expected to be completed by the end of september. sue? >> ty, believe it or not, next week marks mary, as mayer's o one-year an verse. what are the challenges facing her and the company going forward? jon fortt is here. many didn't think she would engineer an improvement in the stock. >> she's communicated a vision and set expectations low and generating the right headlines at the right time. even dealt with some setbacks, remember the blowback when she killed telecommuting richard bransoned who offered his two cents. 85% approval. the challenge in the next year is going to be getting the funda
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, cameras and computers to record what happens next. it's a science experiment conducted by the discovery channel, to measure the survivability of a plane crash. one conclusion? bracing for impact, like they show on the safety card, actually works. >> i suspect this one may have a concussion, that one may have a broken leg. >> reporter: minimizing the chance you'll get knocked out, or worse. another conclusion? passengers at the rear of the aircraft are generally safer, especially in a nose dive crash like this one. the crash here at sfo was slightly unusual, in that the plane appeared to belly flop, tail first. the two passengers who died were seated near the back. statistics show that the chance of dying on a scheduled flight here in the u.s. is 1 in 14 million. >> riding on a commercial airplane has got about the same amount of risk as riding on an escalator. >> reporter: the danger, not just from the impact itself. smoke and fire start fast, as we saw here in san francisco. within 90 seconds. this simulator used to train flight crews shows how finding an exit can be tricky. but it's e
tools you need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. liz: okay. we are watching quite the market with just about a minute and change to go. let's get to nicole petallides. yum is on deck to release earnings in a minute or two. how has the stock been doing not necessarily over past couple weeks but the past quarter? >> we're watching yum! brands in the last quarter. also for taco bell and the like. ashley: hp, leading the dow as it gets a big upgrade from citigroup today. >> that comes after an analyst upgrade yesterday. hewlett-packard was the big laggard of 2012. it was a big performer. kudos to meg whitman for that. liz: she looked happy by the way in sun valley. pandora has had a good couple days sporadically through the past month or so, that is seeing a big slide. >> one problem was disappointing june audio metrics came in recently. that put a little pressure. ashley: not my favorite store but who am i. investors not shopping at best buy, nicole. >> i love best buy and tvs and tablets and electronics at my house. truth
the online trading tools you need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. liz: you want some cheese cake with your hot dog, pizza an wings? why not. these are all names hitting 52-week highs. the restaurant business is looking very good. start with nathan's up a third of a percent. check out buffalo wild wings. we don't even have a super bowl to add to this one. usually they really roar ahead on the super bowl or nba playoffs. papa john's up a third of a percent. cheesecake factory. let me get turtle cheesecake, please. dow jones industrials, 15,220. alcoa numbers are about to come out. we're getting ready for after the bell. >> we are. start of earnings season, liz, sitting in for david asman. vacationing david asman. lucky man. expectations are, well, let's wait and see. people say the second-quarter earnings will be like the first quarter. liz: we'll see. alcoa originally said it would make 14 cents. that was three months ago. downgraded to 11. now six. >> that's right. liz: nicole on the floor of the new york stock exchange. a
get all the online trading tools you need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. liz: the website that gives you restaurant reviews is launching a brand new platform, and the news is boosting stock today. back to nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange for details. >> reporter: like this hockney's more of a boost. up 97% this year, and yet today once again hitting a new 52-week high on the news that not only will you be able to review restaurants, but also now you can order from your favorite restaurant locally. it is a big deal. you go one yelp, look up your favorite restaurant, order an item, and that is what they are breaking into. they can deliver dry cleaning. they're working with a local business and bringing it to you, so this is a new yelp platform, and this is the first step in their plan. obviously a big deal. the stock is and how a new high. liz: thank you very much. ashley: s&p futures closing or very shortly. let's head back to the pits of the cme. are they telling us? >> they're telling u
need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. liz: not bad at you will. s&p 500 set to end the week up more than 2%. we wanted you to take a look at this week's biggest gainers. copping in at number three? netflix. up 13% alone. the latest original show, the on r orange is the new black, went to high school with one of them, could bring in new subscribers. second biggest gainer, f 5 networks. shares are up 14 this week. it got a rating and a price target bump. piper jaffray giving a tip of the hat. taking the top spot, alexia pharmaceuticals. alxn. shares hitting all-time high today and up 18% for the week the move comes on the news that roche is seeking financing for a possible takeover bid for the company. i can't believe how people came me running down to see me interview the head of adorme models. right. that was amazing right? adam: there were a lot of eyes popping out in the studio. it is on your instagram. liz: you guys are laughing. adam: have you seen photo of you and models? liz: no is it on there? adam: i know it is o
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in dealing in forensic science. >> yes. this is what he does for a living. he makes these recreations. apparently that's what they were spending some time talking about, his experience in doing this. the last time we just checked in about three or four minutes ago, he was talking about a motion capture suit he also uses to help recreate the two characters involved. it sounds like it's quite the elaborate animation. it's difficult to gauge at this point. sometimes when we listen to judge nelson we can tell which way she might be leaning. it's tougher this time. a lot of times it's easier to tell which way she's leaning because she wraps it up a little quicker but she's allowing this thing to go on a little longer than some of these hearings. daniel schumacher on the stand from california and this is apparently what he does. >> craig, thank you. lisa, how important is this to the defense, if they don't have this? >> it's obviously important enough i'm sure they spent a significant amount of money on it. they are spending a lot of time fighting for it. i think it is significant in this w
to the jury. he knew the medicine. he knew the science, and he applied it to the facts in this case. he was a very, very good witness. and the prosecution's cross examine fell a little bit flat. i was hoping for maybe some better questioning. maybe they hired their own expert that would give them questions on how to battle with this expert in court. and i just didn't see that. i saw a very flat cross-examination by the prosecution. so i think the win definitely goes for the defense in this case. this was an excellent witness for them. >> faith, the jury has heard now expert on the other side saying that they felt that trayvon was on top. or was on the bottom, rather. we heard eyewitnesses saying they think both. i raise a question to ken on whether it was a wash. but let me ask you differently. if i'm on the jury, and i'm looking for the fact that the claim is self-defense, does the fact that whoever is on top really establish to me whether someone had to shoot and kill to save their life? i mean, does it really matter? >> that's what the defense wants to focus on. they want to focus al
, no judge is going to let testimony in from another case. the best answer to the science is, you don't know hoodies, doctor, i don't think you're getting very far. >> all right, let's listen to dr. di maio on how long trayvon martin could have been conscious after this bullet. >> if i, right now, reached across and put my hand through your chest, grabbed your heart and ripped it out you could stand there and talk to me for ten to 15 seconds or walk over to me. because the thing that is controlling your movement and ability to speak is the brain. and that has a reserve supply of ten to 15 seconds. >> ken patowitz, what was the net effect of his testimony about what trayvon martin was physically capable of after that bullet entered his body? >> well, it was very effective, because the defense was trying to show how trayvon martin could have moved his hand under his body and support george zimmerman's account of what happened. but the problem is, like all experts, that some people may say was a cocky statement by the expert. because the prosecution would say how many people have had their hear
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that it was not george zimmerman on the top, that it was trayvon martin on top. we heard about how science proved it was trayvon martin on top despite an incredible prosecution by the prosecutor. i know you want to be in the live testimony but you have to see this moment. we're just literally pushing the buttons to rerack this incredible demonstration for you. let me remine you, this is john guy doing the cross-examination of dennis root. he's gone over the issues of conflicting witnesses, that he is a former cop, knows witnesses get it wrong. witnesses need to be separated when they're interviewed or they can be poisoned in their memories. number three, zimmerman was not fit. trayvon martin was fit. the fight wasn't fair. have a look at how he showed us what the fight was like. take a look at john guy with the demonstration. that you're going to see a lot of. >> you recognize this as being a human type figure? right? >> yes, sir. >> okay. it's actually got a belly button. >> it surely does. >> does it appear to be anatomically correct. >> for the belly button, yes, sir. >> so as the defendant de
's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> we're live outside the sanford, florida, courtroom where a jury has the case and deciding the fate of george zimmerman. this case a lightning rod from the beginning. february 26th, 2012, zimmerman shot trayvon martin. >> breaking news tonight. one man dead. another in a jail cell. police say they were called out to a home at retreat circle. >> neighbors here are still just shocked. they say this is the most bizarre thing for their neighborhood. they say it's such a quiet neighborhood and they say that the gunman was a member of their neighborhood watch. >> he walked out the house to go to the store. he was going to the store. >> i don't know why they're yelling help. i don't know. okay. send someone quick please. >> does he look hurt to you? >> we understand that the local fbi office has been in contact with the local authorities and monitoring the situation. >> no justice. >> no peace. >> protests and marches continue today. in washington, chicago and st. louis. >> don't talk to us like we're stupid. don't talk to us like
planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> welcome back. we're heading toward the close. the s&p is in record territory. the dow is struggling. we just might be able to work this out. this is this week. kind of meandering along until the bernanke speech, headed higher on thursday. we've come down here. this is boeing right here. the decline because of the 787 dreamliner fire at heathrow. we are coming back. we're down 7 points now. we got all of the numbers from china coming sunday night. which are you inclined to go here? >> as a trader, once again, i want to go home short, especially -- >> you don't want to be long in this market? >> long term, i want to be long. i think i can buy it cheaper later on. going home, as market maker, i want to be short against the chinese numbers, and the fed head, bernanke, he may take away some of what he said. >> he goes back and forth. >> that's his job. >> we do have that. earnings, china numbers and bernanke speaking. >> and -- >> all right. thank you
in school. >> she blinded me with science with this song and luckily i had the right key and he let me try it. >> steve: how did that go? can do you some of it right now? >> i don't remember "she blinded me with science." but i can play ♪ something like that. that was it. that was the beginning of it all right there. put that trumpet down! it was a school trumpet. >> brian: you've been at this for 25 years. you sound like you broke out in the mid 90s? >> about halfway through, yeah. >> brian: this new album, "susie cracks the whip" came out at the end of 2012. tell me the theory hyped the name of the album. >> well, there was actually we were celebrating our 25 years and one of the interns there named susie, she had did everything from the laundry to vocal tracks. she was just a real work horse there and she just seemed to be running things by her enthusiasm. she was really young. so she reminded us of the young. so we kind of made her a super hero. she's out there in l.a she's probably watching us. hi, susie. >> steve: congratulations. they named an album after you. now, the name of the
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the pollution by a small amount. this is absurd. zealotry over science. stuart: is the is the time where california finally sees the light? enough. i have been praying for a moment like this for a long time. is this the moment? is this the issue? >> i do not hang so. you have california legislature passing a resolution with holding the band. the thing today will probably be anywhere from nothing to some sort of regulation by putting the fire pits a certain amount away from homes. stuart: i ask this question of all of our guests from california. do you think in my lifetime i will ever see california vote republican and a presidential election? >> not for a long time. this is insane. no, i do not see it. i have a two-step approach. [ laughter ] charles: let's put a ceiling fan on top of all the fire pits. it will be when when. stuart: 101 page report on ceiling fans. now you have to have a motion sensor before you turn the thing on? >> let's get some solar powered ceiling fans and put them over the fire pits. it would be a win-win. stuart: comeback as soon as you can. we appreciate it. we
's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> happening now, a veteran pilot with very little experience was at the controls at the time of the san francisco crash. very little experience flying the boeing 777 coming into san francisco. we're going to show you what went wrong. >>> dozens of people are missing after a runway train explodes, leveling much of a small town. why the search is still so dangerous. >>> and the country music superstar randy travis in critical condition right now with a heart ailment. we'll have an update. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> cnn has obtained exclusive video of the crash of asiana flight 214. a retired pilot who looked at it says it has important clues about the deadly crash landing at the san francisco international airport. here's cnn's renee marsh. >> you see how low he is over there? >> reporter: too low. >> much too low. the sight picture that you would have out of the cockpit window should not be looking at the runway like this, but you should be looking -- he should be seeing down here. >> reporter: mark w
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these things sound okay. but they are really a lot of times based on bad science, bad reporting, and there's other ways we can manage things without adding another regulation. if there's a real issue we need to pass a law. >> thanks a lot. >> thanks so much. >>> up next the jury in george zimmerman murder trial continues deliberations this morning but have they already made up their mind and come to a verdict? we'll take a look at who they are and what they might decide. plus a huge shake up caught live on television. [ noise ] >> oh. studio had a little bit of a ruckus. we'll have to see what that's about. >> we'll tell you what caused that massive boom still ahead. [ phil ] when you have joint pain and stiffness... accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphom
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